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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
New SBOREE: Business. To the Residents of Boree Creek District. Stan. Williamson Has pleasure in informing the public thht lie . .. ? ?. -- opened a iiewsagi^icy^yFjtiicy- ^QooHs,';Stqrc»',-'; ?? ? - Saloon,' Billiard ? - - , ^vve liim tTreii^sirpiK^^' ^o. ncetl to ^rdei' 3 our papers elsewhere. Everything is new. ^ .h very- thing is Good. And what wp haveut'fc got we can get. New (CREEK! Business. ? i— — —— — ? — - PLOW There is no harm in telling you, Mr. Farmer, that H. DAVIES, Coachbuilder, Etc. V:..-' Hns mado a purchase of Plowshares, ,J - . \ 3 which enables liiin to defy the com- - petition, of all local agents, imd by ? ???????I' ?'? :.rj . calling at his works yon can l'fdy ;???.. .'j:- . .? T.'-r- ? '? upon getting the best and the ? , ; - ' 1 cheapest Plowshares in the market. , „ - - Remember, too, that he is the '~1' I local Agent for the Famous Clyde- . - .. - Whitlock Plow, and other Clyde ??.-? ? -.??* . - - - Machinery, Furphy Water Tanks, ? ^ p. . * - ' - - Second...
Uranqui[?]. Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Uranquinly. . Tenuis Club. . The annual meeting of the Tennis Qlub was held last Friday everiing. Mr W. R. Snodgrass occupied the chair. It was decided to open the season on Saturday next and - to invite Burke's Creek Club to be present. Air i1 . Lugsden was re-elected President; Messrs W. II. Snodgrass aud J. Gillard Vice-Presidents.; Mr F. W. Alldis, Hon. Secretary and .Treasurer. - The meeting was well attended and augijyod w§l! foy the success of the season. _ — Socials. The Cricket and Tennis Clubs have -united for the purpose of hold ing a social in aid of their respective clubs, on 7 th prox. The Oddfellows will hold a- ball gn 28th Proximo. tBpljool Reclassified. The local school has been raised a grade and is now placed in Class IV. ?-- New Store. Messrs Maclure Bros, store is now in course of erection and promises to bp a creditable odifice, Mitchell Shire's Apathy. T}].e streets are in a, disgraceful Btate, and 'it it seems as if Mitohell shire council has little respect ...
ROCK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
ROCK NliVVS. 100,000 bags of wheat stacked here tins year. 'VVliat price this for The Koc'.c. # ' '# # Ml' Williamson has left us. His friends showed their appreciation of his many good qualities by giving Urai a bumper send-off on Friday night. '.V mumps. '------ ?* . ?Mr 1\ D. Foreman has gone to Sydney to be present at the wedding of his brother, Mr C. Foreman Hope Tom will be going to his own wedding soon. * # » « The Oddfellows' Hall is on the eve of completion. The Lodge intend opening same' with a grand ball. # #? # The mortality amongst live stock would have been excessive this year but for the fact that the grass is so high that in some places it is a per fect nuisar.c^ — especially in the streets. Shire councillors please note ! # # # The quarterly examination of The Rock district school was held last week and t-he^.vtf.'fi'rt showed that the pupils had- made, decided progress, thanks to the efforts of their pains taking teachers, Mr Foreman and Miss Mortimer. * ?» « ; The...
DON'T BE WRINKLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
DON'T BE WRINKLED. Youth is the time when a woman should begin her fight against that enemy to beauty, the wrinkle. If she waits until she is middle-aged to combat this stealthy foe, it is too late; the wrinkle has established its cobweb of lines across the face. It has a spider-like cunning and per sistence that will require all the self control a woman can muster to out wit it. Few women realise how early this enemy begins its work of undermining beauty. The child who is encouraged to make an ugly face because it is amusing, soon de velops a funny trick into an ugly j habit, and the first foothold is given to the wrinkle. The woman who uses her face to give emphasis to a sarcastic remark is lessening her beauty. The girl who smiles spas modically and acquires facial affec tations is writing lines on her face. The woman who makes no effort to change a sullen disposition will soon possess a countenance that has long lines carved on it. The quick tem per and the melancholy temper are...
EVER COURTEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
EVER COURTEOUS. Command of temper is probably one of the most important attributes to possess if one would be called a social success. The flying into a rage habit always places the angry one at a great disadvantage. Ele gance of manner may be cultivated as well as delicacy of feeling, that exquisite quality'*that makes one j averse to hurting the feelings of anyone, no matter whom.it may be. It is the showing of courtesy, the forgetting of one's self, as well as the ability to talk and listen well, that make for success in taking a stand in the social world. The girl who is sweet when it suits her to be so, and rude or indifferent at other times ; the girl who takes all and gives nothing ; the girl who is only pleasant to those whom she thinks can be of use to her advance ment, or who neglects to show cour tesy to older people, need not be surprised if she finds a falling off in invitations and also that she is not popular. Wit and tact, accomplish ments and social talents, may hav...
Patent Seed Coverer. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Patent Seed Coverer. - A successful trial of Mr Harry Eraser's | paten ted seed coverer was given 011 Mrs Fereier's paddock, . Lockhart, recently, arranged by Mr Browne, the local a^enfc. A seed covei-er was attached to the drill and although the ground was not so suitable as plowed land there were sufficient indications to show that the patent would prove a boon to the farmers. In its working it does not distuib the seed b?d, as°the tines work uniformly between the hoes. By a handy contrivance, the coverer can b? regulated to any depth required. 13y having oue attached to the drills, farmers would save the price of one iu one season aud the fact that they are to be made by our local blacksmith, Mr H. Da\ ie^, is a guarantee of good work manship. Mr. H. Fraser gives a 0 days trial with every seed coverer sold.
PRESBYTERIAN. The Rock Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
I'KUSIJVTBKIAK. The Rock Charge. First, Sunday.— CroSs Roads, 11 a.m., \ The Rock, 3 p.m.; Uranquinty, 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday — The Rock at 11 a.m., Cross Roads 3 p.m., Saiidy Creek' (at Mr A. Snodgrass') 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday. — Sandy Creek, 11 a.in.,. '1'ootDol, 3 p.m., The Rock, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday — Cross Roads 1J a in., Uvanquinty (Public Hall) 3 p.m., The Rcc'a, 7.30. p.m. , Rev. J. Jennings.
Wedding. ARDROP—KILLICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Wedding. WAR D R.OP— KI LLICK. A picturesquo wedding was cele brated at the Harden Methodist Church on Wednesday last. The bridegroom was Mr Wiiiianj drop. son of .Mr and -Mrs Wardron of Lotlf hart, and Miss Lir,a Iti Hick! sixth daughter of Mr and Mrs G, Killick, of Harden, and sister of ; .Mrs .1. J riodgson and Mrs W. G. Goldsmith, of Lockhart. The church was prettily decorated for the Occasion, and a mu.sioal service was rendered by the church choir. Flie biide. who was given awav by her father, wore cream silk and the customary wreath and veil and bridal bouquet. As she entered the crmrch, she wa* the cynosure of all eyes, and her beautiful attire, with its characteristic simplicity, blended harmoniously with the heliotrope and white dresses wqrn res peer jiv. !.? |;y the bridps naids;' Mis- Kill 10 k and Miss Warrlrop, The bridesmaids also wore respec tively heliotrope and whitp straw ha's suitably trimmed, and w -re pen dants and gold pins, the gifts of the bridegroom. The br...
ODDFELLOWSHIP AT BOREE CREEK. Opening of M.U. Branch GRAND SECRETARY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS PRESENT [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
0 D 0 F ELLO WS H S P AT BOREE CREEK. ?. - - ? ? -? Opening of M.U. Branch : . ? — M-r— GRAND SECRETARY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS PRESENT j ?v .... . -nio. iKoatlis past tlie litem bsis of Ufa Liyal Lockhart Lodge, M.U.,I.O.O.F.. halve ue2ii p lying peri ? odical visits to B uve Crack, with the /' object of uliimaHy bjiii} able to v. - foiiu a brauc'ii i 1 lhat c :i) t re, and ther go vl , Wcis ult lined on VVednesday night- la-=t, when a strong branch, ? with «v rusin^srslup ot about' ou to - c jtninsnee with, wai. fornisd. The importancs ? of .-.ith.is- .dUtvisfc is full/ - rauo^ni-ed by the district offioir.i of the M.U , and tho company of the ? brethrou who ui;fc oti the o.'C:i--ion of the opening ceremony at Host Ltw --- ranee's Boree Creek Hotel wa^ - sufficient' guarantee of this. fully „ 50 m'embars from Sydney, Wagga and '^/''Lockhart wore present, and these,, ' .together with the local brethren. . . ' ? Inv^rl flip .torme I a complin ' — - - large dining room to its, utmost ....
Frightful Accident. Motor Car and Motor Cycle Collide. Young Man Seriously Injured. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Frightful Accident. Motor Car and Motor Cycle Collide. Young Man Seriously Injured. A frightful accident occurred on the Wagga-road near Lockhart 011 Monday evening through the collision of a motor car and motor cycle. It appears that Mr R. S. Drum mond's motor car was proceeding into town, and was followed at some dis tance by Mr Bert Lamrock (a yonng man in Mr Drummond's employ) rid ing on a motor cycle. Another eai owned by Liudemann and Co., the wine people, and occu pied by Mr Collins, their representa tive and the cliaffeur, Mr Greenward, was proceeding to Wags^a Wagga. Mr Greenward noticed Mi Drum mond's car and steered to the side of the road toallow it to pass. Wheij it passed he turned his car again on to the metal running into the cloud of dust raised by Mr Drummond's car. Iu an instant Mr Greenward caught sight of the motor cyclist coming to wards him at a furious rate, and he immediately turned his car oif the road, His prompt action displayed great presence of mind ; h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
The Hostelry Par Excellence. Commeciai and Tamsiy Rotei, CocKbart, 'G. G. KURRLE, Proprietor. Every tiling up-to-date iu lUcsc Commodrous Premises. ? 1 ? / ? L Accommodation unsurpassed §!♦- Rlverina Ales, wines, and Spirits 6? tli ^ .Li^hest Quality — BOOKING OmCK FOR THE HOOK COACIT, — _ , % ' - lit API'OIXT.MKNT TO * , ' . His ExCBLLBSOT StR llA BUT KaWoON. 1 - - - I '} ' ' WALTER NIcKENZIE WAGGA WALL-PAPER HOUSE. House-Decorator, Sign writer, Painter, ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND SKILLED MEN SENT TO ALL PARTS OF TUB DISTtUvL. 'PHONE 159, WAGGA. The Railway Hotel, LOeKHART. .''i Jot Blight, late of Hay and Wagg: Drinks de'ightfuliy Invigorating as we stock only the best Ales, Wines and Spirits. Accommodation Al. Spacious Courtyard and Eernery. Specially prepared Luncheon for railway passengers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on arrival of trains. Geale Bros BAYLIS STREET, ? WAGGA. OTTli are prepared to supply Tauks ' ? cheaper than an}' other firm in Wagga or surrounding district. ...
The Dawn of Boree Creek. SECOND ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
The Dawn of Boree Creek. SECOND ARTICLE. Last week reference was Hindu to j the railway facililies provided, at j Boreo Creek and also 10 tlie business ! premises a!i eady erected. As show-: ing we weia not wrong in en)[-ha- j ti/.iug the advantages already af- [ forded the residents of Boree Creek j district. \ve may refer to an incident that came under our notice at Ileuty the other day. In a cattle truck awaiting disembarkation w:re tweut} - ! ei^ht poddies and two cows! They ! had come from Victoria in the same | cramped --.ondition and when we saw ; them three had been killed and 1 another was down and was being ijraduali y killed by the kicks of the other bra-Is. A raiiway official kindly volunteered the information that they jiad hlea fed at A odouja. : If he had uot said s.i,oue could easily have imagined from appearances that they had not been fed for horr.e days at least. This was cruelty to animals with a vengeance. However, ihe incident is cot quoted here to note the cru...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND FIXTURES 1st Sunday in the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
CHCJRCH OF ENGLAND FIXTURES 1st Sundav in the Month. ' I Lockhart aud Pleasant -View School, 11. a.m. Boree Creek Town aud Mcrri ton's 3 p.m., Lockhart and Brookong, 7.30, . 2nd Sunday ' . Lockhartand Mittagong 11 a.m., . ? ? - .- Osborne mid Milbrulong 3 p.m. Lcckliart 7.30 p.m. .. - 3rd Sunday. Lockhart 8 a.m., Boree Union Church 3 fp.m., Lockhart 7.30. p.m. ~ 4th Sunday, i Lockhart 11 a. in., aud Pleasant .View School. Osborne and Galore 3 p.m., Lockhart 7.30 p.m. 5th Sunday (when occurring.) Osborne and Boree Union ChurchlL a.m. Boree Creek Town 3 p.m. Lockhart, 7.30 p.m.
Milbrulong Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Milbrulong Races. I Following are the entries for the Milbrnlouir Animal Itacjs, to be held on Wednesday next : — Maidex Plate. Ho.-x-lte Q-ieen Lucy Fane Coronation Novar Red Wing Sum Moor Easy Rise Grasshopper _ Zini AI em iiEKs' Haxdicai'. Meatli An Sure Fane Coronation Daddy Long No V.I L* Red Wing v Sum Moor . MlLIiliLKOXU HAXnCAP. Mucra '-????? ? Meath Al.D.R. I Jlastei John ^ -i-sk Bnrrenjoey Tkial Handicap. . ~ Mucra Go wric Boy Master John Suti Moor Easy Rise Grasshopper Zim Fi,yixa Hasdicaiv R-isette Gowrie Boy Meath Dnddy Lonf ' M.D.R. ° Master John Novar Barren joey
Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 4 April 1911
Football Club. 'l-he animal mpeting of the Rock ! Football Club was held at the Kind's | 0 »vil Hotel on AVe-bps^d iy. .niglifc lust, i : Pi e-ent— Mr Gi V^'i Richiird. on in | I he^chair. ???inil a Jarge' number of | plny.'rs'an:l suppoi tei-P. : | Ihe Secretary '^ pre-iented the i balance-sheet-, which showed a credit balance or ovdr and same was adopted on the motiou. of Messrs S. Ryan and H. Parkei\ The followiiig ofiicers were elrcted, viz. -^-Patrons, Messrs R. T. Ball and E. F. Miller. President-, Mr G. W. Richardson ; vice - presidents, Messrs C. L. McClure, H. B. Nor man, Gr. Baker, F. P. .Richardson, B. T, Walker, J. 13, Martin, G, Smith, and l-T, Steele Treasurer, Mr G, W, RichardBonj lion, sec., Mr W, Mc Lei lan. Mr K. Jeatre was elected ciipttiin, aud Mr J Toohsy vice»capt. Selection committee— A. S, King, Ri King, aud S. .Ryan. The .-club will have the same colors as last year, viz., maroon jersey and white knickers Messrs Jeans and McLellau were elected delegates to t...